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Tablets have become a necessity for a lot of people, despite there being less of them out there than smartphones or laptops. Thanks to the advances in functionalities a lot of them have acquired over the years, they’ve become quite vital to most folks, playing a variety of roles – from being a secondary laptop or screen for work to the main device people rely on for their daily computing demands.
It isn’t a surprise, therefore, that now there’s a tablet for pretty much everyone. The newly released iPad Pros, fitted with Apple’s highly praised M1 processor and that stunning XDR display, target creative professionals seeking the absolute best. Meanwhile, something like the Amazon Fire HD 10 is best for budget users who don’t really need to pay for all that power. There are tablets for kids as well, with the Fire HD 8 Kids being the ultimate choice if you want the best value.
As for the rest, the most highly recommended tablet for most people is almost always going to be Apple’s standard iPad 10.2, which is affordable enough while offering the best set of features and apps.
To help you decide which tablet is best for you, we gathered the best tablets for every type of user including those with premium tastes and those who prefer things small and portable.
Here are the best tablets
Best tablet overall: Apple 10.2-inch iPad
Best budget tablet: 2019 Amazon Fire HD 10
Best high-end Android tablet: Samsung Galaxy Tab S7
Best tablet for professionals: Apple iPad Pro 11-inch and 12.9-inch
Best tablet for kids: Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids
Best small tablet: 2019 Apple iPad Mini
Updated on 6/9/2021 by Michelle Rae Uy: Added the Amazon Fire 8 Kids Edition as our newly recommended pick for the best tablet for kids. Added a new section detailing the other tablets we’ve considered for this guide.
The best tablet for most people
The 10.2-inch iPad is a great tablet for the vast majority of tablet users, and it supports the Apple Pencil.
Price: Starts at $329
Display:10.2-inches, 2160 x 1620 resolution
Processor: Apple A12 Bionic
Operating system: Apple iPadOS
Check out our review of the 10.2-inch iPad
Pros: Incredible price for an iPad, slick aluminum design, Touch ID for security and Apple Pay, great screen, supports the Apple Pencil
Cons: Light on entry-level storage, no expandable storage
Apple’s standard 10.2-inch iPad is a breath of fresh air in a sea of premium tablets. While all the others seem to be getting more expensive, it offers an …read more
Source:: Business Insider